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Calling all singers, rappers, artists, poets, etc! It’s time to show off your talent this Friday, at The Oasis Taproom’s open mic night!

The first Friday of every month, Grits Capone will host an open mic night from 6:30-9pm at Oasis Taproom in East Liberty. If this sounds like an opportunity you would like to participate in, you can register at

However, if performing isn’t your thing, you can still go see and support ($5 cover) your fellow Yinzers put on a great show!

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If you are looking for something to do this weekend, stop by the Moonrise Maker Market! The market will take place on Saturday, August 6th, and again on Friday, September 23rd in Market Square from 5 to 10pm.

The Moonrise Maker Market will have something for everyone! You can browse the uniquely handmade goods, listen to music from local DJs, and indulge in various hands-on activities, such as making your own spin-art record! How cool!

Each market will consist of over 30 Pittsburgh local makers, artists, and crafts people. You will get a chance to meet and interact with each of the artists, as well as find some treasures you can’t find anywhere else. This is free and open to the public, and would be a great way to spend your weekend as you shop, dance, and end your day! Afterward, enjoy a nice meal from one of Downtown Pittsburgh’s incredible restaurants, just feet away!

Hope to see yinz there! :)

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Pittsburgh is a beer town with a Football (and Hockey) Problem. This Weekend Stage AE is hosting the Pittsburgh Beer fest that will feature over 150 local and craft beer as well as new craft wine and disterlleries.

The event kicks off on Friday at 6 p.m. and runs all day Saturday. If you have not purchased your tickets yet, the cost are 60 dollars for participants and 25 dollars for designated drivers. You can still purchase tickets on the website.

The line to get in may seem long when you arrive , but do not let that deter you from a weekend of drinking as many fermented hops that your liver can handle, as the line does move rather quickly.

Those looking to fill their bellies not only with alcoholic beverages there will be plenty of food vendors on site to help curb that hangover in the morning. Most vendors will be able to take both cash and your card!

The forecast this weekend is supposed to be absolutely beautiful so if you’re looking to not only get your buzz on but support local business - get to Stage AE this weekend for the Beer fest.

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